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police and not around the state imposes new restrictions linda yee when drivers will the happy said is not so much. >>> caught on camera blowing through a red light and expensive find back in top $500. they say cameras don't live but for this person from san jose they get five times >>> a computer glitch center the tickets and a wide and the law does not make it easy to fight the finds mistake or not >>> technology can fail and does >>> the state senator change the rules for a law that is a victory for drivers, the new regulations make it easier to fight roughly issued tickets cities must locate the cameras based on safety prohibits the use of red light cameras just to make money require warning signs and banners snitch tickets that's when an innocent ticket recipient may not be required to identify the actual driver. the new rules won't put the brakes on red light cameras it's still considered a safety tool but now drivers will get a fair shake linda yee cbs 5 >>> if you own a car made by general motors at the fire danger that as tens of thousand cars recalled. the presidential ca
agency makes a new effort to catch fare cheats with remarkable results. linda yee on the new strategy that is producing a lot of tickets. >>> they are busy on ball game night yunis their inspectors make sure no one slips past and gets a free ride. >>> so far this year 37,000 ferried peters have meant caught in the crackdown they did not pay a $2 fare and got $100 ticket. the security chief says it is shocking to the cheaters r >>> r fair inspectors boarded the in judah there were a couple of the e.r. doctors on the trend that had not pay their fares the both that citations that is that shows you it's not just one demographic verses another. >>> inspectors have portable card readers demand proof of payment on board and on the sidewalk. >>> this is 5:00 and already almost a get a new went over there >>> during her recent two and half hour. on kiri st. they ticketed 140 cheaters writers know that hurts everyone >>> i wait 20 minutes on the sunday opposed to attend if the cheaters were paying their be more revenue and more cars running >>> ferry evaders are not new, the transit agency los
the reason for the crackdown and a strategy to stop anyone who tries to hop on without paying. linda yee on how the new program is working. >>> they are busy on paul day and night unique their inspectors make sure no one slips past and gets a free ride. so far 37,000 fare evaders have been caught in a mini crackdown they did not pay at $2 fare and got a $100 ticket. the security chief says it is shocking to the cheaters r >>> they boarded the in judah there were a couple of emergency room doctors on the train that had not paid fair to both got citations. that shows you it is not just one demographic verses another >>> their inspectors have a card reader and demand proof of payment on board and on the sidewalk. >>> this is 5:00 and already almost eight you need a new one over there >>> during a recent to a half hour. at kiri and it is a derelict they take it 140 cheaters writers know that hurts everyone >>> i'm waiting 20 minutes on a sound that if the cheaters were paying there would be more revenue and more cars running >>> ferry cheaters are not new for muni the transit agency lost as
the city linda yee shows us that is a tall order. >>> raider nation is back, the war paint goes on, and mayor jeanne quan's rallies fans to fight for their teams to stay in oakland >>> whit call this spirit week no question of the fans love their teams >>> will all this be enough? the warrior should cans with san francisco over plans to move the team here empty stands at a's games don't help, now the team pushes to build a new ballpark in san jose. only the raiders have not look for new real-estate >>> mark davis says he wants to stay in oakland >>> you don't think this is too late >>> you deal with the deck you are handed, i've always said i feel like i'm a pinch-hitter in the bottom of the ninth, we make good progress we are moving forward >>> can just keep and football games a year support a new entertainment and hotel complex >>> the mayor counts on sports fans to help >>> would do the best for our country and for the sports teams >>> why do these teams want to leave this city? >>> that fans out there but they cannot afford to go to the games >>> the mayor has helped >>> i am o
quan's reporter linda yee on your efforts to keep all three major sports teams from skipping town >>> greater nation is back. the war paint is on an mayor jeanne quan's rallies fans to fight for their sports teams to stay in oakland. >>> this is spirit week no question fans love their teens. will all this be enough the warriors shook hands with san francisco to move the team here, empty stands at a's games do not help now the team pushes to build a new ballpark in san jose. only the raiders have not look for new real-estate >>> mark davis says he wants to stay in oakland >>> you don't think this is to light >>> you deal the deck that you are handed i've always said i'm the pinch hitter at the bottom of the night were making good progress we are continuing to move forward. >>> 1010 football games a year support and new entertainment and sports complex the mayor counts on sports fans to help >>> were the best in the country >>> why two all these teams want to leave the city? >>> they have a lot of fans they cannot afford to go to the games. >>> i'm very optimistic >>> how about for
, now the state is imposing restrictions reporter linda yee on how to drivers will be happy and cities not so much. >>> caught on camera blowing through a red light and expensive fine can top $500, they say cameras don't lie but for derek gill they didn't five times >>> the license plate number one letter different >>> a computer glitch center the tickets and a lot is not make it easy to fight the fine. >>> technology can fail and does >>> state senator joseph an 80 and change the rules that is a victory for drivers make it easier to fight wrongfully issued tickets cities must locate the cameras based on safety it prohibits the use of red light cameras just to make money require warning signs and answered snits tickets when an innocent ticket recipient not be required to identify the actual driver who committed a violation >>> the new rules, put the brakes on red light cameras it is still considered a safety to all drivers will get a fair shake linda yee cbs 5 >>> it has the name fit for los angeles carmageddon last year the freeway closure turn out to be over high cruz warned this we
reporter linda yee in on the new law that kicks in january. >>> caught on camera blowing through a red light and expense of find that in top $500. they say cameras don't like, but four of their guilt they did five times >>> the license plate number was one letter different >>> and a computer glints and her the tickets the lot is on the easy to fight the fines. >>> technology can fail and does >>> the state senator change the rules with the law that is a victory for drivers the new regulations make it easier to fight wrongfully issued tickets. it prohibits the use a red light cameras to make money require warning signs and and snitch tickets when an innocent ticket recipient man not be required to identify the actual driver who committed a violation. >>> the new rules don't put the brakes on red light cameras it is still considered a safety told the driver should get a fair shake linda yee cbs 5 >>> dozens of balloons filled the sky to remember 12 year-old girl just move to the bay area when a car hit and killed her reporter don knapp in the bottle. >>> hundreds gathered beneath nevada
attribute. linda yee on the new law that kicks in jerry >>> , on camera a bullet through a red light. a's expensive fine that could top $500 in seven committees. it's says crystal why, but this woman at an allied five times. >>> a computer glitch center tickets anyways. the new regulations make it easier to fire wrongfully issued tickets. cities must locate beat carries based on safety. it prohibits this iused a stitched to gets. the new rules will apply the brakes on a red light cameras, it is considered a safety tool. >>> a chemist in the boston area is under arrest this morning. accused of falsifying drug test results in a crime lab. and philippines in tells us it may affect tens of thousands of criminal cases. >>> the crime lab chemist is accused of faking tests. >>> she would take narcotics, up 15 to 25 samples at a time, instead of testing of and she would test five of them. >>> another co-worker said she would submit a sample and it lookewin comeback positive for heroin. >>> everyone that's been convicted for the next five to two years. hist she told investigators: >>> she faces
reporter linda yee on what makes its fancy facilities still grates. >>> so what makes a good public toilets? not in america's best restroom conte has anything to say about it. and these photos of the country's top 10 finalists prove the competition is tough. did we take a fancy ego friendly fresher at fletcher's at the hollywood bowl or this $1.2 million for a room with gold-plated faucets and vegas nightclub. then there's this downtown san francisco's own luxury loom as a tom restaurant. >>> a severance as restaurants are so small that every little piece matters and sides in no expenses barry campaign wallpaper and steep lighting fixtures and customary. an esp urinal and toilets. >>> there's no detail of a look here. this guy found disfavored toilets in berlin germany. paulists clean you can probably even before he wants to blow online voters would choose america's number one at best restaurant out,. some of the restrooms are exotic others are inexplicable. >>> the people think they have a fighting chance. this item is looking pretty dead but it isn't just style that's going to
linda yee live without the new program works. >>> cheaters be where pay the $2 fare or face a $100 ticket, inspectors are out there every day 7 days a week systemwide tonight there at the ballpark and saturating all of the muni lines year. pregame and specters move passengers of the streetcars and into the part post game that will be making sure everyone boarding has bears in hand. inspectors board muni and carry a card readers to make sure riders pay their fares if not a $100 ticket. 37,000 cheaters got so far this year you would be surprised to those people include >>> their inspectors boarded the judah a couple of the emergency room doctors are on the train that it not pay their fair and they receive citations that shows you it is not just one demographic forces another >>> 50 inspectors fanned out on all lines and demand proof of payment from every passenger a 2009 study on fare evasion shows muni loses $19 million a year. another example how bad the problem is recently during a to a half hour inspection at one bus stop at kiri and a visitor they caught one hundred 40 in kiddy
blocks away the later crashed and he's in buchanan cbs five reporter linda yee picks up the story from there. tirolese the intersection and hayes and you can was like a wrecking yard a driver chap they smashed car after getting slammed by suspects getaway vehicle. a high-speed chase started just over a mile away. tyrolese it was a street robbery a lone female was walking into some suspects still have had an backpack from her aunt's to golf and a car the vehicle description is very dead. the victim noted a car license a new mercedes s u b was spotted quickly by a patrol car. the vehicle did not stop and began running through stop signs as the police cars were pursuing with their lights and sirens and the vehicle failed to stop. during the chase the suspect sides five days cbs five which ironically is about to cover a story on the epidemic of street robberies involving smart phones and other electronics. >>> and although it doesn't look like a lot of damage right now apparently the photographer who is sitting inside said it should stick so badly it like an earthquake. the suspect then s
and organizations have endorsed him but some people in the neighborhood say " wait a minute ". linda yee is here on his legal problems and questions that he did not want to answer. >> he took me to the army base and said that is where it would be. >> it sounded like a promising investment, a bio diesel plant at the site of the old army base. so mario and his wife took out an equity line of credit on their house and went $210,000 to mario juarez, an oakland real estate broker running for city council. >> he said that they would pay us back. >> but they say that there were never paid back and the site for the plant is still empty. >> he was able to win my husband's trust, our trust, and then abuse it. so that he could basically steel money from us. >> they're not the only ones complaining. pedro says that he would pay him more than $20,000 to help him open up a sports bar in oakland. but more than one year later? >> the building is empty, so i asked what happened, i saw that nothing was done. >> he stopped taking his calls, he has no sports car, his life savings is gone and he had to break the new
is on a diplomatic mission to the united states. linda yee was at an exclusive events where she just addressed bay area leaders in san fransisco? >> it was certainly a historic visit, her first to the bay area, the nobel peace laureate and member of parliament spoke of rapid changes in democracy in burma. but she also tells a cautionary tale of how a change has to come slowly. she says that her country is thrilled that the united states has eased some of the economic sanctions and a canal invite businesses to invest but she told an audience of business, civic, and political leaders, that the gold rush of investors have to benefit people, and beef offal. they have been an isolated country for 50 years when it was under a military dictatorship and people for the most part don't know what it is like to live in a democracy. >> we would like the right kind of investments, the kind of investments that will create jobs, and also provide young people with on-the-job training. for five decades, our education system has been grossly neglected. because of that, our young people are ill-prepared to take on th
county coast this morning and is now being tracked by a coast guard airplane. linda yee is here with the latest on that search. >> the coast guard stands out san fransisco police detectives have been watching that sailboat and that man, from an airplane. they have made no attempt to contact them, they're afraid for the children that are on board, but there is possible news that they may be able to be rescued in the coming hours. >> the coast guard has been tracking the stolen sailboat all day, in waters 50 mi. off of the harbour in half moon bay. south san fransisco police confirm that the man had been looking for was spotted on the boat along with one of his children. this afternoon the anxious mother of the children got a call from detectives. >> it is still a waiting game, they told me that they have a claim in the air, but they're just watching him and it looks like he is slowly starting to go towards the shore so they're hoping that maybe he will try to refuel, and if they need to confront him they hope to do it on the shore rather than out in the ocean. >> the coast guard
. sailboat stolen from a marina in alameda. linda yee is there with what is known so far. >> the net, this is a very strange but sad case, apparently it all started earlier this week in south san francisco where a father is suspected of kidnapping his children from their mother. apparently the trail ended up here in alameda where he got a give away vessel. it is a 40 ft. sailboat named " the unleashed ". it is empty here at the marina in alameda. the coast guard said south san francisco police asked for their help and a suspected parental abduction. >> a man stole a boat and have his two children on board, it is roughly two years old and four years old. >> the coast guard sent out a bulletin to bay area harbour masters, they chartered a boat for their owner and said that someone saw it still out late tuesday night with no lights on and then it was spotted anchored yesterday on the mare island streets near vallejo. >> the guy that's all it called us this morning and told us that he saw it and he had approached the boat and told the people on board that it had been reported stolen. and
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